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Ruger Air Rifles

If you have read some of our reviews, then you would see that Ruger air rifles are popular and highly rated. When you compare the quality and durability of Ruger air rifles with other brands of the same genre, they stand out as the clear winner. You will also see that other brands don't offer the same quality and durability at the same price point as Ruger air rifles do.

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Ruger pellet guns' popularity says it all. Many airgunners swear by them. If you're looking for a sturdy easy-to-shoot pellet rifle, a Ruger should definitely be on your shortlist. Our Ruger spring-piston air rifles come in .177 caliber, except the Air Magnum, which comes in .22 caliber, and the 10/22 is semi-automatic using CO2. These Ruger pellet rifles are great for hunting small game, target practice, or plinking. Quiet enough not to disturb the neighbors, you can have hours of fun practicing your shooting skills.

What is the best Ruger air rifle?
That depends on what you want to use it for. For target shooting and pest control, a .177 Ruger pellet rifle is a great choice. For small to medium game, the .22 caliber Ruger pellet gun might be better.

Which Ruger air rifle is the most accurate?
All Ruger air rifles are highly accurate. At 50 yards some premium pellets all hit the same hole in the target. To find the Ruger pellet rifle that's right for you, feel free to call our customer service team. They know these guns well and can help you find just what you need.

Tips to Improve Your Shooting Skills
Ruger air rifles are a lot of fun but be careful, they can also be dangerous. If you're new to airgunning, these tips can help you improve your skills.

  • Be aware of any laws governing the use of air rifles in your area.
  • Make sure no one is around or behind the target zone to be hit by stray pellets.
  • Wear safety glasses when using an air rifle.
  • Only shoot at your intended target (paper, pest, or game).
  • Never try to catch pellets shot from a pellet gun.
  • Store all ammunition in a safe place.
  • Clean and maintain your air rifles regularly.
  • Have fun. Shooting is meant to be enjoyable; don't get stressed by poor performance.
  • Keep practicing.
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